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Black Hills Institute of Broadcast & Cinematic Arts

“YOU CAN GET THERE FROM HERE”

At the Black Hills Institute of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts we understand the dream of being a part of the most incredible profession of all – the television and film industries. If you’re creative and dream of joining this profession we can help you “get there” from here no matter what your background is. As an TowBedSet2-FullCrew-NDDOTaffiliate of JSA Productions LLC the Black Hills Institute of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts is a working studio and training facility. That means that participants in our programs are taught by professionals in the industry who are currently working on productions from TV Reality Shows, Entertainment and Sports shows, television broadcast and cablecast commercials, voice over and voice acting, web, corporate and long-form videos, and independent feature and short films. You start your journey to becoming a professional by working with professionals.

ABOUT

The Black Hills Institute of Broadcast & Cinematic Arts’ mission is to educate and train the actors Dakota-JakePorter-090313who perform in front of film and video cameras, and the production crew that create the broadcast, web and cinematic content we all enjoy today.

MISSION

Train the on-camera actors, voice over professionals and crew members needed to produce film, web and television productions and shows.

DESCRIPTION

The Black Hills Institute of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts has two training and education tracks for the student and professional looking to grow in the profession of on-camera and on-microphone work, and the crew that create the productions. These are certificate earning courses and are designed for both the busy professional and the student that wants to obtain the type of training not readily available within a 300 mile radius of Rapid City, SD. The institute was created and guided by Jack Sitch, an award-winning commercial producer and educator.



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